The Undecided College Student: An Academic and Career Advising Challenge

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Charles C Thomas Publisher, 2007 - College student orientation - 254 pages

This book focuses on the unique needs of college students who are undecided regarding a field of study and/or career path, and the various approaches that advisors and counselors may take. The text draws on extensive research, both recent and historical, and explores what is most effective in successful universities today. The text explores the many and varied reasons that lead college students to be undecided, and the different solutions that will assist the student in coping with their circumstances and reaching a successful resolution. This updated version includes many ways in which the Internet serves as a useful tool for assisting gathering resources for the undecided college student. Advisors, counselors, and faculty will all glean useful theoretical and practical information from this text that can be applied in individual counseling, group settings, and workshops.

 

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Contents

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Virginia N. Gordon is Adjunct Associate Professor of Education at The Ohio State University and Assistant Dean Emeritus of University College at Ohio State.

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